Contact Brandon Corbett

Background

Brandon obtained his first class undergraduate degree at Aston University in Mechanical Engineering (BEng). During his degree he studied a range of modules from dynamics to control theory and thermodynamics to advanced systems design. The end result of his study was an original dissertation into autonomous control systems.

Brandon has also worked in industry, most notably Worcester Bosch Group, where he worked within the R&D New Technologies department and was involved in the use and design of detailed simulation models of home and commercial heating systems.

Brandon then finally joined Cranfield University school of Defence and Security in October 2016 to begin his Ph.D within the field of Synthetic Aperture Radar (SAR), with a focus on image processing techniques and data analysis. With the aim of exploiting synthetic aperture radar signal processing to reveal concealed building features and phenomena.

Current activities

PhD Research Title:

"Exploiting Synthetic Aperture Radar Signal Processing to Reveal Concealed Building Features And Phenomena".

Current Topics:

  • Synthetic Aperture Radar (SAR) Image Analysis.
  • Through Wall SAR Imaging.
  • 3D SAR Image Processing.
  • Large airborne SAR collection processing.
  • 3D airborne SAR image processing.
  • Complex SAR phenomena analysis; multipath, vibrating targets.


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Conference Papers